Mariupol citizens face deadly danger from ‘medieval’ conditions, council says

Mariupol authorities are sounding the alarm about unsanitary circumstances within the ravaged Ukrainian port metropolis that they are saying pose a “deadly danger” to its remaining residents.

Mariupol Metropolis Council stated on the messaging app Telegram that “deadly epidemics may break out in the city due to the lack of centralised water supply and sewerage, the decomposition of thousands of corpses under the rubble, a catastrophic shortage of drinking water and food”.

It stated that the lives of 100,000 individuals who nonetheless stay in Mariupol, out of 450,000 pre-war residents, could also be in peril, pointing to ailments like cholera and dysentery.

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Part of a destroyed tank and a burned car sit in an space managed by Russian-backed separatist forces in Mariupol, Ukraine (Alexei Alexandrov/AP)

He stated that “living conditions in the ruined Mariupol are now medieval” and that “an immediate and complete evacuation is needed”.

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